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    Wow. How could I miss all those fantastic updates. To be honest, I don't know how to better explain my previous post. Maybe just a bit less simplified but I see you enjoy cartoony stuff so nevermind .
    Forgot to mention that "Tombs of Atuan" was a great book. My favourite from Le Guin is "The Farthest Shore". Really great mood of story.

    As for matte painting. I like it a lot. First colour version looks the best to me. I don't know why but maybe beacause it's much colder palette and it fits the highland enviroment well.

    This cat looks like it's tired of searching for job in newspaper

    Keep it up!


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    yeah did you hear that miyazaki's son made one based on the farthest shore?? looks good, although i hear it has really nothing to do with the books.

    i like all the books except tehanu...but maybe i just need to reread it.

    a wip of a sketch of weird looking ppl i saw on the UTD campus last yr...i have little stick figures i drew when i was sitting in a hallway...and out pops this teacher who is dressed just like Penguin from batman...etc etc.

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    Good job on the guy dressed like penguin, he really looks nice and round. I think you should try and start trying to define the anatomy a little bit more. By this I mean try and find the subtle changes in fgure.

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    ahh so that's YOU as San haha, I see. I guess I can see it more now, you seem to have a certain way of drawing yourself (don't we all though). I still think it looks great though, so again nice job on it.

    nice updates all around, I like the life drawings, especially those hands. I agree with Unbreakable, that penguin guy looks great; I like the simplicity of his face as well. I also agree that watching for the more subtle changes in the figure would help; you definitely seem to have a good eye for putting curves down without having to put down a skeleton first (which I envy you for ). I think you could really push that ability even further if you did just eye all those subtle curves. of course, doing this in a quick sketch session is probably not something that's easily done, soooo yea lol. no idea if that helped, but I hope it did!

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    i agree with both of you....i was just happy i sketched that whole thing out relatively quickly for me. and yes, i draw myself the way i looked a long time ago...so when i'm old and fat i'm pretty sure my drawings of me will still look like that

    not sure if i ever posted this...can't remember. if i did, sorry!!! ^^ i drew this for a client to show him one of the styles i would be willing to do for a story. but i decided not to take the job, so i only did this one page.

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    just making fun of how everyone seems to draw noses really red now and it looks like a clown.

    emily (11.28: more costumes and stuff)

    drawing people on the rail...i don't think ppl in dallas are used to this, people like got up and moved when they saw me drawing =P i guess i'm not good at flattering drawings
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    zoo pics.
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    That head from the rails draws is freakin' amazing. Level up!!! Very cool strokes.

    Hmmm... you seem to update more than my subscription tells me... damn it. Very cute santas.
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    yeah, I'm in the same boat... how come I keep missing updates?

    Super cool! Great monkey sillhouettes... great heads from life, great back from life drawing!! Great hands, great poses... I'm loving just about all of this...

    the rendered monkeys are a littel aimless... but I've tried sketching a ta zoo and I know it's not easy...

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    Holy cR@pz0R that is one FAT cat!

    I like the superhero mom - nice mototion in that pic even though her foot looks like it's on the ground and the rest of her looks like she's flying.

    http://img205.imageshack.us/img205/4093/outfitslb2.jpg is also good, you definitely have some quirky designs. Keep up the good work!

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    hey cool updates. santa looks really jolly (nice and round look; I especially like the bottom left face), the head you drew on the train is amazing, and, though they are a bit hard to see in spots, the last page of sketches from the zoo is very nice.

    keep at it!

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    just some late night fun. trying to learn armor. i learned about hard and soft light mode toooooo wooooo. i know his face is too yellow lmao.

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    original sketch.
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    that's just beautiful.... nice helmet... not too sure about the armour.

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    wow I agree with glikster, beautiful stuff; you painted them all really nicely, especially the helmet and face. the body armor looks a bit uneven in spots, but still looks good all around.. nice metallic look to em.

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    wonderful wonderful work~!! I am so amazed by the talent here!!

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    Nice santa. My favourite sketches from your recent updates are those people from life. I'm recently going to job by train (three days a week). It's only sixteen minutes but I might also start posting this kind of stuff. It will be hard not to get noticed beacause in the morning the train is full of people.
    The armour sketch is great. I'm not sure about this but I think the metal shines like it's taken from some car . Maybe try painting specular light differently. This tutorial can help: http://itchstudios.com/psg/art_tut.htm. There is some stuff about painting different materials.
    You might already know this link.

    Keep it up!

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